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F&W Gift Guide

Browsing a beer store, you might think that craft brewers (like those in our guide to nanobreweries in 50 states) care as much about their labels as they do what's in the bottle—and you wouldn't be far off. With the saturated market, it's important to stand out, and some producers do so with beautiful illustrations from their favorite artists.

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Where To Go Next

Guinness lovers, take note.

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Beer

Rebekah Graham from The Publican in Chicago shares her beer wisdom for the holidays.

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Drink This Now

While pumpkin beers might rule the taps in fall, there’s a more subtly seasonal brew worth seeking out: sage beer.

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Beer

With Portland, Oregon, as their epicenter, America’s genius brewers are opening new tasting rooms, taprooms and massive beer gardens. Here, exciting updates in the craft-beer movement.

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Best American Artisans

"I want my mouth and my patron's mouth to pop a wheelie when they drink the beer," says Travis Kauffman of Brooklyn's Folksbier. Get a glimpse of his methods in our newest artisant video by filmmaker James Casey.

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Drink This Now

Here, three great bottled craft shandies to try this summer.

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Make This Now

It's National Beer Day, which means we should all raise a glass to celebrate the Cullen-Harrison Act of 1933. This quasi-holiday celebrates an important anniversary—of the day, 82 years ago, when beer began to flow in America after 12 years of prohibition. Obviously you should celebrate by clinking pints with friends, but you can also make tonight’s dinner all about beer. Here, nine beer-soaked recipes that happen to be totally delicious.

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Drink This Now

Instead of drinking beer spiked with food coloring today, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a bottle or can of truly “green” beer from one of these eco-friendly breweries.

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